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Lynn’s September News

September is here and you are in our prayers as we ask God to work through His Church and His people!  I have several things to share; I’ll try to do that briefly. Last week, I received an unusual “chain” letter from a dear friend. It was unlike any other chain letter I have ever received, because it was asking us to share Bible verses! Usually, I don’t participate, but this time I thought I’d give it a try. The letter said not to think too hard, just to share a favorite verse that pops into your head. Here is mine: “…the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing…” John 5:18. This verse is important to me because I am having to relearn how I think. Instead of striving for the rugged individualism and self-reliance that is all around us, I am slowly learning to ask God. It is so refreshing, when I can remember to do it. May we pray  that God will teach us what this verse means.
     Things to remember: Our website,, has a world of information to help you. It gives information about our annual meeting, October 20 at the Huntersville ARP Church. Check the website for details, or e-mail me with questions. Our website also gives information about our First Presbyterial retreat at Bonclarken, Nov, 2-3, with Val Shepard and Charlie and Ruth Jones and much much more. You can even download brochures. Now is the time to be registering!
     If you are looking at the study books on the Letters of John, there is information at our women’s website, arpwm.orgYou can even download study guides for both of the suggested books. I found this information most helpful; I think your ladies will also. On this website, you can review our purpose, our vision, and our strategic challenges. What are we here for?   To Know Jesus Intimately, to Love Jesus Faithfully, to Serve Jesus Fruitfully.
We seek to encourage and equip each other as we serve Christ!  “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow.” -Ecclesiastes 4:9-10. If your job is seeming large, be encouraged by these truths right off our website. We stand together in our labors as we serve!
   Please let me know of ways I may be praying for any of you who receive this. I do have one more request to share. Charlie and Ruth Jones from our City Church in Greensboro, are having a fundraiser for their ministry on September 15. It is called City Sizzle; see their website, for information. Please pray for City Sizzle and if you live nearby, donate items–or come(you need a ticket). Please continue to pray for our country and the coming election.
                                                                                                                              Thanks to all of you, Lynn Robinson, First Presbyterial president

First Presbyterial 103rd Annual Meeting

Christ Community Church, Associated Reformed Presbyterian,

of Greensboro, North Carolina

invites the ladies of the First Presbytery of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

to the 103rd Annual Meeting of the First Presbyterial Women’s Ministries

on Saturday, the twenty-first of August, 2010

at ten o’clock in the morning.

The theme for 2010-2011 is taken from Hebrews 12:1b-2a,

“…let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us. Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfector of our faith…”

The special guest speaker will be Mrs. Susan Hunt, the Women’s Ministry Consultant for Christian Education and Publications. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and Columbia Theological Seminary. She has authored numerous books and travels extensively speaking to various women’s groups. Her desire to help women have a heart for each other, for the church, and for the Reformed faith is unparalleled.

Registration begins at nine o’clock in the morning, and a light breakfast will be offered.

Customary lunch is offered at five dollars a person.

R.S.V.P. by the sixteenth of August to

or (336)288-2365

Nursery provided for infants and toddlers. Please indicate the age and number of children when you respond affirmatively.

Christ Community Church is located at 369 Air Harbor Road